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Planning to start a number of household kitchen gardens in a very economically backward village called Uchimedu (Bahoor Commune, Pondicherrry, INDIA) on the 26th August.
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KGI's friends at Causes.com have written up a nice retrospective on the Drummondville front yard garden case here. The victory was also covered in some other places including the Canadian press and TreeHugger. Thanks again to the 29,000+ people who signed the petition and to the great team at Causes for making their online tools so easy to use. And, of course, thanks to Josée and Michel, the true heroes of this story!...
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Recently, I've mentioned my need to tackle our overrun, ugly summer kitchen gardens to make the...

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The Alternative to Antibiotics symposium will focus on the latest scientific breakthroughs and...

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Just came across these online farming courses offered by Cornell's Small Farms Program and thought I'd share the link. Might be just the ticket for someone looking to scale up their private garden into something more. http://nebeginningfarmers.org/online-courses/
Jessica Still commented on Roger Doiron question
Anyone ever tried burying cabbage for long-term storage?
Jessica Still commented on Roger Doiron question
Anyone ever tried burying cabbage for long-term storage?
antonis commented on Roger Doiron question
Anyone ever tried burying cabbage for long-term storage?

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